Since this thread involves a topic that's near and dear to my heart, here's another one:
That's just a treat for the eyes. I love it when the art, condition, and rarity come together like this. It's fortunate that a disproportionate fraction of the 150 or so comics from the late 1930s that have survived in perfect condition also happen to have beautiful cover art.
If only we could see the early Church Action Comics, in particular the non-hero covers which I like the best. It's really a shame these are hidden away when so few of these treasures have survived.
Loc: Newport Beach, CA, where the o...
Those are dreamy.
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Currently available on DETECTIVE27.COM: Tales of Suspense #57 CGC 9.0(1st Hawkeye), America's Best Comics #1 CGC 8.5(highest graded), Batman #27 CGC 9.0, Batman #40 CGC 9.2, Strange Adventures #205 9.4, and World's Finest #2 CGC 8.0(highest graded).
WANTED: A COVERLESS ACTION 13 IN NICE SHAPE. Also, high grade copies of Action #39, 40, Adventure 267, 282, 283, Batman #11, Brave & the Bold #28, Captain America #37, Detective #69, and Superboy 93.
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Loc: Riverside, California
Originally Posted By: stagedoorjohnny
Originally Posted By: RareHighGrade
If we're lucky, maybe SDJ will post one of his gems
And what is better than a good old fashioned group shot? Adventure 33-36, Church run:
Wow! Thanks SDJ
_________________________ Want To Buy:
Adventure Comics #32 unrestored in 6.0 or higher Silver Streak #1-10,12,14-18,21, and nn unrestored in 7.0 or higher Rocket Comics #3 (Any grade, prefer 6.0 or higher) Vault of Horror #35 9.0 or higher (Gaines File if possible)